Cupcake Fun PatchQuick View
Baking them, decorating them, eating them… what’s not fun about cupcakes? Have a local baker share their skills and tips with your girls so they can learn tips and tricks for baking and decorating cupcakes. Your troop or service unit can host a contest for the girls or make it a scout and someone special event. Cupcake decorating is also a great activity for your recruitment event. Like the patch says, get the girls together and have some Cupcake Fun!
Healthy Cooking PatchQuick View
Help your Girl Scouts review their favorite recipes and make adjustments for a healthier diet. Some culinary schools and restaurants offer trips where your girls can learn about cooking healthy. The Healthy Cooking fun patch shows your girls have learned to make better choices by preparing healthy meals.
Ice Cream Party Fun PatchQuick View
Any time of year is a perfect for an ice cream party! Let your girls make sundaes at your Girl Scouts troop or service unit celebration. Combine it with a SWAP night for even more fun. You can book an ice cream party and tour at your local ice cream shop for a fun and easy celebration. An ice cream party is also a great theme for your recruitment event. This adorable Ice Cream Party fun patch is sure to be a big hit with your girls.
Spaghetti Dinner Fun PatchQuick View
There are so many reasons for your girls to prepare a spaghetti dinner together. Some might decide it’s a great way to fulfill a badge requirement. Other troops might want to reach out to a soup kitchen or shelter to ask if they could prepare a spaghetti dinner for those in need. Many troops participate in meal trains for a sister scout family or community member who needs their support for a while. Spaghetti dinners make a great fundraiser too. Of course sometimes the girls just want to enjoy a meal together just for fun. When serving food to the public remember to check your council regarding the food safety guidelines they require. And of course, you’ll want to remember the fun patch!
Caroling for Cans Fun PatchQuick View
While your girls are out having fun caroling, why not take the opportunity to help out the community as well. Your girls can send out flyers or other notice before they go caroling or bring signs and ask for donations as you go. Don’t forget to bring a wagon for all the cans they collect.